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Chapter III

Methodology

This chapter presents a research design, samples and sampling technique,


instrumentation, procedure and statistical analysis of data.

Research Design

The researcher will utilize a descriptive type of research in conducting the study. The
researcher will make use of checklist questionnaire which intend to determine the perceived
influences of Internet to the classroom learning of elementary students from selected
public.

Samples and Sampling Technique

This study will administer a total of ______ high school students: _____are in third year
level from _______ . The students will be chosen randomly to be the respondents in this study. A
checklist questionnaire will be use to identify the perceived influence of Internet to the
classroom learning of the students.

Instrumentation

The researcher will formulate a self-made checklist questionnaire. Its content will be
based on the researcher’s observation, reading of the related literature and studies regarding the
internet and on unstructured interviews with several students who use the internet for various
purposes.
The prepared instrument will be submitted to the adviser for face and content validation.
After that, the final draft of the questionnaire will be formulated.
Procedure
The researcher will use a checklist questionnaire approved by the research adviser. For
high percentage of return answered instruments, the researcher will distribute and collect the
questionnaires personally from the respondents.
By March 2010, the researcher will gather all the necessary data. The data that will be
gathered will be tabulate, evaluate, and present in the form of statistical figures to ensure the
proper and correct results.

Statistical Analysis of Data

The questionnaire that the researcher will use is in the form of a rating scale. The
descriptive scales are: agree, undecided, and disagree. The responses of the students for each
number will be presented by a check on the scale which they will choose.
For valid and reliable interpretation of data, the following statistical techniques and
methods will be use:

Percentage:
P= f/N x 100
Where: p = percentage
f = frequency
N= total number of respondents

Weighted points
WPM = 3n +2n + n
N
Where: WPM = weighted point mean
n = number of responses
N = total number of respondents
Scale Equivalent Weighted mean
Agree 2.34-3.00
Undecided 1.67-2.33
Disagree 1.00-1.66

To determine if there is a significant difference between the responses of the students


from public and private schools, chi-square will be use:
x² =∑ ( o-e )²
e
Where: x² = chi-square value
o = observed frequency
∑ = summation
e = expected frequency

To complete the expected frequency, use the formula below:


e = (Ct) (Rt)
Gt
Where: e = expected freedom
Ct = column total
Rt = row total
Gt = grand total

The degree of freedom will be compute in order to determine the significance of the chi-
square.
Df = (C-1) (R-1)
Where: Df = degree of freedom
C = Column
R = row